The Barrowbrook Frontier
Parthenos is a small world, 4500 miles in diameter, with a climate that averages slightly warmer and milder than Earth’s. It has a year of 372 days and four distinct seasons. It orbits a bright sun, Helion, and has two moons: Dikea and Hebea.
Parthenos has a surface covered with 74 percent water. It has no permanent ice caps at the poles, though there is generally ice at each pole during the winter season. The land mass is predominantly arranged over five continents, with several major island chains making up the rest.
Parthenos is mildly volcanically active, though eruptions are infrequent.